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You are probably aware that recent versions of Gnome have removed the ScreenSaver Preferences dialog which used to let you configure your screensavers' options.
This is by design and it is not a bug, although it has been reported as one by many users. I personally feel it was a bad decision and since I always liked screensavers I decided to code a small utility that will let you configure your screensavers' settings. Although is is being specifically designed for Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon), I have successfully used it under all subsequent versions of Ubuntu as well as under other linux ditros such as openSUSE.
So, Screensaver Settings is a complete replacement for the gnome-screensaver application providing all the features from the Gnome version plus: